E’lif Linx (Sergey Sergeev) after a debut on Dars records in compilations "Slavosonic" with a track " Ice cream " has returned with a high-grade album. In this work the musician uses acoustic tools, such as: guitar, piano, violin, cello and other orchestral tools. A range of the music is wide: from melow, beautiful melodies up to "malicious" pseudo-symphonies (“antisymphonies” as names it the author). ( 1 reviews ) Topic: electroacoustic, acoustic, piano, guitar, antisymphonies, violin, orchestral, easy listening,...
We're delighted to present a second release from Finnish graphic artist and musician Flutterspot, following the 'Labmat EP' back in early 2006, and this time round, 'Suitable For A Desire To Share' is almost 40 minutes of lushly layered electronic music to die for - or at least freeze a little bit. We start off with the oddly titled 'Small, Brightly Coloured, Highly Arboreal', which hops up into the trees for some almost Boards Of Canada-esque loping beats and marvellously complex electronic... ( 3 reviews )
Melodic clicks and cuts from Russia. Experimental-though-funky clicks coexist alongside ambient soundscapes and melodic synth lines. The highs are high and the lows are low. More weirdly endearing music from Urban Sprawl Records. ( 2 reviews ) Topic: IDM
Bogdan Dullsky (QRP) explores with "Room Number" in great depth the borders of abstraction and absurdity. He renders a world consisting of the strangest harmonics, dancing around a variety of instruments (such as flute and bass guitar) which he plays very proficiently. Skillfully designed sounds are excessively displayed and the sheer number of them alone will never leave you bored. Count in the extraordinary artwork from Russian visual artist "Barandash" and you know you're... ( 4 reviews ) Topic: abstract, sound design, flute, bass guitar, experimental